JAR Poet


Never Say I Wish I Could


With old hands I bring to you,
a simple thought,
people expect that you knew.....

Each moment of our lives
are spent in moment,
lessons
we learn,
some
with torment.....

At a certain age,
people
start too die...
human..
too cry.

Some will hurt
more than others,
but if you are attentive,
humans....
our brothers.

In these moments,
we try to find a way.....
just did that...
still doing it
today.


There is no reason,
no rhyme....

Life lessons
they come
in
time.


When faced
with breath
no more,
again,
human,
to want
to know more.

Just know
that
every moment
is here.....
undeniably,
death,
near.

So live,
live
live
live
Give
this world,
ALL
your
heart
has
to
give.

Be thankful that you can live.

Submitted: Tuesday, February 18, 2014
Edited: Tuesday, February 18, 2014
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